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Old 08-04-2018, 12:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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W56 output shaft spline count

Is it possible to build a W56 transmission with a 23 spline output shaft?
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Is it possible to build a W56 transmission with a 23 spline output shaft?
You can just put a 21 spline to 23 spline coupler on the output shaft you have.
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You can just put a 21 spline to 23 spline coupler on the output shaft you have.
Is this a manufactured piece? And if so, who makes it?
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Is this a manufactured piece? And if so, who makes it?
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Who is breaking the input on the front case?
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Who is breaking the input on the front case?
It's preventive- Cary told me that he broke one in the middle of nowhere, and I don't want to deal with that if I can avoid it.
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You really need to ditch that manual stuff and move to a auto with a case that has front digs.
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It's preventive- Cary told me that he broke one in the middle of nowhere, and I don't want to deal with that if I can avoid it.
On the front case? Crazy, never heard of that. Stress over time will do crazy things though.
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You really need to ditch that manual stuff and move to a auto with a case that has front digs.
Why the manual hate? Is he pushing big numbers through it or something? If he's just running a standard 22r on pane (or even a turbo one...) a R151f would certainly be able to handle it no problem. I've got an A340e in my turbo truck right now and I'm not a fan. Just curious if there's something I'm missing before I scrap the trans ha.

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Why the manual hate? Is he pushing big numbers through it or something? If he's just running a standard 22r on pane (or even a turbo one...) a R151f would certainly be able to handle it no problem. I've got an A340e in my turbo truck right now and I'm not a fan. Just curious if there's something I'm missing before I scrap the trans ha.

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Op does comp crawling Iirc. Auto is very superior for crawling, plus it's easier on parts.
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Op does comp crawling Iirc. Auto is very superior for crawling, plus it's easier on parts.
Ah, gotcha. Over here on the north east manuals are a lot nicer for the snow. I can honestly say my 224:1 has never failed me for rock crawling either though ha.

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You really need to ditch that manual stuff and move to a auto with a case that has front digs.
I have the rear axle disco. Slush boxes are for girls...
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